Watch for further information in the coming months. Sundays in Lent: Questions of Faith We gather each week for many reasons: to worship God, to be in community, to grow as human beings. We also gather because life sometimes gives us difficult questions that are hard to answer on our own, and we hope that in connecting with God and with each other we can start to find answers to these questions together. As we journey together in Lent this year, we want to know what questions you have, and spend some time trying to give them substantive answers.
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Meet The Reverends Christine Y. Christine Y. Wiley…noted that many District churches have a history of fighting for social and economic justice. And lest you think these two are some kind of token or anomaly, read on below the fold. The WaPo article says.
Pro-equality clergy greatly outnumber the anti-gay variety in Washington, D.C.
As we explore actionable steps to address the complicated problem of gun violence, we need many voices If interested, please contact Lois Weaver. National UMC is proud to be a reconciling congregation that welcomes the participation of gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender persons and their families and advocates for their full inclusion in the church and society. National UMC affirms that all individuals are of sacred worth without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, education, marital circumstances, economic status, physical and mental condition, or criminal history.
Seniors Youth. These people, unfortunately, often fall through the cracks, and they can develop a sense of helplessness. Center for Spiritual Living DC We are a global community of inspired individuals caring for and about each other and the entire planetary family.